Must-see Oregon District homes will be decked out for the Candlelight Holiday Tour  


Residents of the Oregon Historic District are preparing to open their doors to the city. 

The neighborhood’s annual Candlelight Holiday Tour is slated for Dec. 4 to 6. 

>> PHOTOS: Oregon Historic District Candlelight Holiday Tour 

Guides will lead guests through five homes decorated for the holidays during the event.

Tour times are 6:30 p.m., 7 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. nightly. 

Tickets are $25 each and non-refundable. To purchase, visit oregondistrict.org or call 937-226-0669.

Champagne punch, coffee and pastries will be served at the last home on the tour.

On-street parking can be found throughout the neighborhood, organizers said. 

>> RELATED: Must-see homes will be decked out for holidays in St. Anne’s Hill tour

Oregon District residents open their doors annually for the neighborhood's Candlelight Holiday Tour.

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>> Click here for more photos of past Oregon District Candlelight Holiday Tours 


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